It looks like the Blue Jays could get a big boost this weekend.
The Yankees believe Sahlen Field’s lighting is the reason they allowed the Blue Jays to score 10 runs in one inning
The Yankees can’t accept that the Blue Jays are New York’s best team.
The Blue Jays now sit fifth in the American League standings after a huge comeback win over the Yankees
No Bo Bichette? No Teoscar Hernandez? No problem. The Blue Jays’ lineup exploded for a 10-run inning to sink the Yankees on Monday night, making one of their most important victories of the season.
There’s a new catcher joining the Blue Jays — it just isn’t the one you were probably hoping for.
The Blue Jays have a good problem on their hands.
Earlier this week, the Blue Jays pulled the plug on the Daniel Vogelbach experiment, designating the slugger for assignment after just five plate appearances with the team.
It took a while for them to get there, but the bats finally showed up in the 10th inning last night. Better late than never.
After earning a split in their mini two-game series in Miami, the Blue Jays are now heading to Boston for a crucial five-game set with the Red Sox.
Yet again, Hyun Jin Ryu showed why the Blue Jays invested $80 million in him last winter. With his team struggling behind him (at the plate, on the bases, in the field), Ryu stepped up and pitched like the ace they needed.
A couple of days before Monday’s trade deadline, it was reported that the Blue Jays were one of a handful of teams interested in Texas Rangers’ ace Lance Lynn.
The combination of Julian Merryweather, Robbie Ray, and Shun Yamaguchi gave the Blue Jays a good effort in Miami on Tuesday, but, unfortunately, some limp bats resulted in a 3-2 loss to the Marlins.